|Captured Luftwaffe film "Actual Battle Scenes" - United States. Army Air Forces|
Captured Luftwaffe film. Listed at the National Archives as "Actual Battle Scenes." Shot list from the National Archives:"Summary: German film showing Stukas, JU-88's, ME-109's, ME-110's in aerial action. MS: Scenic view. CU: German fueling Stuka. German on wing of Stuka. German unloading box from truck. German carrying box. German EM pushing bomb on carriage. German EM bombing up Stuka. German pilot climbs into cockpit of Stuka...
Keywords: WWII; World War, 1939-1945 -- Aerial Operations, German; World War II; World War, 1939-1945; WWII In Color; Messerschmitt 109 (Fighter Plane); Messerschmitt 110 (Fighter Plane); Junkers Ju-88 (Bomber); Spitfire (Fighter plane); Stuka (Bomber); Bombing, Aerial; Air pilots
|Hitler's Secret Weapons - Significant Aircraft Developments - United States. Air Force|
Silent film which shows Nazi jet technology, etc."This is a glimpse into the story of Hitler's secret weapons., the guided missiles and the revolutionary aircraft which astonished the world even while the death rattle was in the Nazi throat.The complete story is yet to be written; but many of the salient facts are here in a motion picture which has been compiled, for the most part, from some 12 million feet of captured German film.It is a picture of uncanny, devastating machines but also of enem...
Keywords: WWII; Wind tunnels; Rockets (Ordnance); Rockets (Aeronautics); Pfeil (Fighter plane); Military helicopters; Messerschmitt 262 (Jet fighter plane); Messerschmitt 163 (Fighter plane); Heinkel 111 (Bomber); Messerschmitt 110 (Fighter plane); Guided missiles; Douglas DC-3 (Transport plane); Dornier Do 217 (Bomber); Catapults (Aeronautics); Balloons; Bombing, Aerial; Aviation ground crews; Autogiros; Airplanes, Military; Rocket planes -- History; Jet planes -- History; World War, 1939-1945 -- Aerial operations, German; Guided missile bases, German -- Europe; V-1 rocket; V-2 rocket; Aeronautics, Military -- World War, 1939-1945; Research Aircraft; World War, 1939-1945 -- Technology; Flights (Aeronautics)